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helps. That’s for sure.
“When you are not successful, in completing, accomplishing what you want, after making efforts, then somebody whom you trust, who really is selfless, who doesn’t charge fee all these, for these things,
...you should sit and say, ‘This is my
problem--can you help me?’
“If he is a good
teacher, he’ll say well, if it’s within my field, I will. If it is not
within my field, I am sorry, you should find out somewhere, or you go to
such and such person. It becomes easy.
“I give you practices--you never come and see me, never tell me, what the problem is. I ask you ‘How are you doing?’ ‘Fine.’ Even you are sick, you call ‘Fine,’ you see.
“Now, perhaps I
can help you, serve you. ‘I help you’ means serve you.
It benefits me instead of benefiting you, you see.
“My master always
used to say, ‘Highest of culture, peak of the culture of human
civilization is that, when every human being likes to work for others,
then the whole world will have a society of joyous people.’
“Unfortunate thing is everyone, all of us, are selfish. A teacher is selfish. He wants something from the students. He looks at the pockets of the students.
“And the students
look at the teacher to know, but never practice. Sheer curiosity, ‘I
want to know more.’
“‘You want to know
more, but how about practicing?’
“That guarantee I
cannot give, sir.”